Addington Greater London

Tree ID: 241

Yews recorded: Ancient 5m-7m

Tree girth: 513cm

Girth height: at the ground

Tree sex: female

Date of visit: 31-Jul-99

Source of earliest mention: 1880: Paper presented to Croydon Nat. Hist.& Scientific Soc. by E.Straker

Notes:

1895: Recorded with a girth of 15′ at ground level and 17′ at 3′ (Lowe). 1913 – Wm H Mills: Girth of 18′ 6″ at 4′.
July 1999 – Tim Hills: The female tree, on the left as you enter the churchyard, is split into two. The larger section, next to the road, further divides into two main areas of growth at a height of 6′. There was evidence of fire having damaged parts of this. Considerable low growth covered the bole making it difficult to view. The smaller section revealed signs of new growth wrapping around old wood. Girth was 16′ 10″ (513cm) at the ground.
2010 – Steve Waters: West of entrance. 5.21m (17′ 1”) at 0.2m. Splitting apart, a possible pollard. Ancient Tree Hunt reference 61273. For more information go to the Diocese of Southwark webpage.

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Yew trees at Addington Greater London:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
241 Addington Greater London Images Currently Unavailable Ancient 5m-7m 513cm at the ground - view more info